Shawn Black: Vampire Hunter

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Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
In this prequel to Akeldama: The Field of Blood, Rev. Kirk Black trains his fifteen year old nephew Shawn in the art of Vampire killing. The two of them then travel to Hidden Valley to assist Dave Reilly and Dimitri Milton in battle. It takes place ten years before the Vampire uprising. More
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Words: 12,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476145402
About Ardy

I live in Northern New Mexico. My biggest influences include Stephen King, C.S. Lewis, Tolkien, Frank Peretti, and Trey Parker. I write mainly fantasy, science fiction, and horror, often with a Christian slant.
Some of the things I write are just for fun, like most of my free short stories, which I will continue to produce as long as these interesting, and sometimes quite messed up ideas keep popping into my head. Some things I write because I feel that they are important. I don't intend to be preachy and try not to insert messages into my writing unless I forewarn the reader that they'll be there. My main intentions with my works are to entertain the reader, make the reader think, and sometimes just to give them a good little scare.
Two things seem to creep into my writing often. One is my faith. The other is my proclivity for horror, which even rears its ugly head in my Christian pieces.
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Review by: maryellen Brokop on July 20, 2012 :
Awesome. I loved Kirk Black in the novel and it's great to see more of him in this story. Loved Shawn too. Such a tragic beginning, but he's a great character. Can't wait to read This Dark World. Little LaCai and Midnight were cute.
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Review by: Robert C. Mason on June 13, 2012 :
Not a bad story, but a bit short on character and plot development. I know it is a prequel to a larger story, but this should doa bit more to establish the main character.
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